What is another word for lapsed?

Pronunciation: [lˈapsd] (IPA)

Lapsed is a term used to describe something that has passed its expiration date or has ceased to be relevant. This word can be replaced with other suitable words such as expired, terminated, elapsed, lapsed, finished, outdated, obsolete, and lapsed. Expired refers to something that has come to an end or has run its course. Terminated suggests something that has been brought to an end through an official action. Elapsed is used when referring to time that has passed. Lapsed refers to something that has failed to continue or has lost validity. Finished implies that something has been completed, while Outdated suggests that something is no longer useful because of new advancements. Meanwhile, obsolete is used to describe something that has become outdated due to being replaced by a newer version.

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What are the opposite words for lapsed?

The word "lapsed" has several antonyms that describe different states of being. "Current" describes something that is in the present moment and progressing as expected. "Ongoing" describes something that is continuing or lasting without interruption. "Valid" describes something that is legal or accepted as true. "Active" describes something that is currently happening or in operation. "Renewed" describes something that has been restored or brought back to its previous state. These antonyms can be used to describe the opposite of "lapsed" in various contexts, from memberships and subscriptions to legal and professional status.

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Usage examples for Lapsed

So the contest went on without agreement until it finally lapsed.
"A History of the Third French Republic"
C. H. C. Wright
At length some coolness grew up between us, and I could not, or did not wish to press my demand; and at last it lapsed entirely from my memory, so that from that day I never saw it.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever
He lapsed into silence again.
"The Pioneers"
Katharine Susannah Prichard

Famous quotes with Lapsed

  • It is easy to replace man, and it will take no great time, when Nature has lapsed, to replace Nature.
    Alice Meynell
  • I lapsed into rude.
    Dennis Miller
  • I'm a lapsed altar boy.
    Guillermo del Toro
  • When we read or hear how some professed Christian has turned defaulter, or lapsed into drunkenness, or slipped from the communion table into open disgrace, it simply means than a human arm has broken. The man has forsaken the everlasting arms.
    Theodore L. Cuyler
  • It is easy to replace man, and it will take no great time, where Nature has lapsed, to replace Nature.
    Alice Meynell

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